Sippy Cups Directory
Transitioning a baby from the bottle or breast to a sippy cup -- which has a no-spill spout -- can begin as early as 6 months old. Tips for getting a baby to use a sippy cup include shortening breastfeeding or bottle-feeding sessions, trying different sippy cups , and filling the cup with breast milk or formula. If the baby resists the cup, try again after introducing solid foods, which the baby should be eating by 6 months old. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about introducing sippy cups to a baby, weaning from the breast or bottle to a sippy cup, and much more.
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